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Narrator + Plus sign (+) or Narrator + Minus sign (-). Windows keyboard shortcuts. Windows and Windows apps have keyboard shortcuts that you can use alongside Narrator commands. For example, press the Windows logo key to open the Start menu, or, to open action center, press the Windows logo key + A.

Narrator announces how to interact with controls like buttons. Change the level of detail Narrator provides about text. Options include: Text only, Headers and errors, Basic formatting, Other annotations, Extended formatting, Layout and animation info. Change the level of context Narrator provides for buttons and other controls.

To turn scan mode on and off, press Narrator + Spacebar. When scan mode is turned on, use the Up arrow key and Down arrow key to navigate apps and webpages. Press Enter or Spacebar to activate an item that you want to use, such as a button in an app, a link in a webpage, or a text box.

Narrator and Onscreen Keyboard JUST APPEARED out of nowhere after after the factory restore. I had not yet installed any other software and I had not gone onto the internet yet, but I was connected. If not for finding your post, I would have gone crazy (been 3 days with it).

Narrator is a screen reader that reads text, buttons, and other elements aloud. If you're using a controller, press and hold the Xbox button until it vibrates, then press the Menu button . (Press them again to turn off Narrator.) Press the Xbox button to open the guide, and then select System > Settings > Ease of Access > Narrator to turn it on ...